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's why i think it's really important for us as san francisco to take this very responsible and balanced approach. the last thing i would say if you are using these kinds of weapons for sporting purposes and you are buying 500 rounds of ammunition, then, you should not be afraid of the chief of police knowing that in fact you are purchasing. i still don't understand why someone would need to buy more than five 500 rounds, it's not illegal. the fact that police are aware of it should not be a problem. we have two items before us. if we can get a motion. can i just ask a quick question? we received a number of e-mails and correspond ens and some angry calls. i do want to ask the question of captain oh larry, one person is questioning that hollow bullet points is necessary to self defense situation. he's saying self defense to these types of bullets is important and another person claims unfairly penalizes like herself in the district. can you respond to those? >> in regards to the first comment i would respond that it's not the bullet where you place it. it's that assist in your defense a
that no more than ten percent would be used for the sale of adult beverages. this is a large store and represents a large foot print and wall green's in intention is to not have a larger area for sales. the other issue i want to call out before reading the other voluntary conditions is when the alcoholic beverages are sold. i received feedback about what had been initially propose for a midnight time for when the beverage would end. they have a couple clubs that we often see a lot of activities related to and folks late at night wanting to purchase alcohol an being able to do that at this site up until midnight. the cvs had a 10 pm closure time with their sales. what we've agreed with walgreen's is the following during thursday, friday, saturday night when there is most activity that sale of alcoholic beverages would be permitted from 10 a.m.-10 p.m.. in addition to those requirements, let me run through other requirements to again make this site parallel to what we did at the cvs sight is we have asked for and wall green's has agreed to all wine bottles to ensure that an indivi
through saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. no. 2 modified that no more than the square footage be used for alcoholic display. no. 4 the petitioner is responsible to main tain the area they control and lighting shall not disturb the normal privacy and any neighboring residents. no. 4 prohibited on sidewalks premises of license depicted on abc form. no. 7, no person under under the age of 21 shall sell or purchase alcohol. no. 9 no sales of mallet malt liquor or beers and wine coolers in 16 ounces or less cannot be sold in single containers. no. 11, no wine shall be sold with the alcohol content greater than 15 percent and wine aged more than two years. wine shall not be sold in bottles larger than -- no. 13, 14, the petitioner shall utilized electronic surveillance including all entrances and exits. this should about utilize during all hours. it should be made available to the department and police department upon demand. as of today. katie grease an agrees with the conditions. >> thank you. for the information. in our file is one letter of protest but quite a few letters in suppo
special use district that has been in place for a number of years that creates restriction on what kind of business can go in there. anytime you place limitations there are unintended consequences. we are dealing with tweaking that as well, the point is that what works in one neighborhood may not necessarily work in another and whatever you come up with something that should be reflecting have what the neighborhood needs and what the community wants. what i see here is a compromise that strikes i think a good balance among the various interest with something like this i think a good deal of deferens should be given to the supervisor and the community who understand the ground to represent that district w that i -- and by the way, a couple points i know that i would expect walgreen's to continue to work with the community. this is approved to continue with the district of supervisor and it's great to see there will be 30 union jobs created and i'm sure walgreen's will make sure we have a diverse population of the work force and would encourage that and kudos to the community groups and
give us a little bit more information about the three other letters of opposition. i see one from district 6. >> let me refer to my file. >> thank you. >> it looks like two of them, it's the reproduction of the alliance of the better six: if you would like we can go to public comment and give you an opportunity to review the file. the letters that you have is from march 6, 2013. the letter received by the alcohol and beverage control and this was submitted on october 26, 2012. do you have a copy of that one as well? and then the other two that are in opposition. >> thank you. president chew. >> before we go to public comment i want to respond. the letter that you received from walgreen's was in part or attempt to address the concerns that have been raised around the concentration of liquor license before the commitment that walgreen's has made for an area that has a high concentration of alcohol. there has also been issues around the total square footage of alcohol beverages that commitment has come down to 4 percent and the hours of sales has made sure that late night involvin
that is a concern for us. but we e do feel that after the extensive outreach that walgreen's did that they adequately addressed some of the concerns of the neighborhood and the police department around security and we do feel they are going to operate this business in a responsible way including training their employees on the responsible sales of alcohol. and additionally the variability of fresh affordable healthy food will help the residents. we look forward to continuing a partnership that will greatly impact the neighborhood. i do want to say i did have an at some point to visit the chicago store. i was there visiting family. it's really something to see and i do think it will be a major boost in the economic area. i look forward to their opening. thanks. >> thank you, next speaker? >> good morning, supervisors. for the sales of the alcohol, i don't think they should have it because it's plenty of other places just like target got theirs. they won't sell six packs and now we are going to have a cvs on seventh and market and they are going to be asking for liquor license. so
, the topic is close. >> i had a question, my brother lives close to this area, to miss hirsch who gave us her presentation. the area from lake shore plaza to before 23rd avenue, i'm wondering why that area was chosen. i did notice the bike lanes. it's an $800,000 grant. i have curiosity about why this stretch was chosen and how it enhances the i am improvements that have been in the pass like the bike lane. >> certainly, these scene scene intersections were chosen largely because of the need as well as the fit with the funding source. these highway safety improvement grants require a very stated driven cost analysis and to the kinds of accidents happened and kind of treatments and the kind of values determined to reduce accidents and that's how we selected these intersectioned. they do have a repaving project insulated for 2014. we are working to minimize disruption to that area. >> thank you. very much. >> supervisor yee. >> yes. i want to alert the public and thank you for being concerned about pedestrian safety. we are going to have a meeting some time in march and i welcome people to co
name is michael nolt e, from district 6 organizations use and land and public policy. at our last meeting we heard from the applicant about their project and we are welcome to have them attend and discuss in detail about what the project is about. the members were very supportive of it and we are encouraging to hear that a new business will be opening up in the south market area and we look forward to seeing that happen. and we also would encourage his business and of course to continue reaching out to the neighbors because that's just what they should be doing anyway. so i think again it's our organization is always in supportive of a new business even though it takes a lot of resources and time to get something off the ground. so again, clerk can say we are in favor. >> thank you, mr. nolt. next speaker. >> good morning supervisors. i have a chance to meet the owners a couple of them at least at the last alliance better district 6 meeting. i think it would be good for that area because that area is a corridor anyway i think for cocktails and art and stuff like that. so i wish y
an item before us. if we can have a motion on this item motion by supervisor yee with a positive recommendation. congratulations. good luck. no. 5: >> also general license for 135 pou street. >> thank you, this is a license application that involves a property in district 3. we have been joined by district 3. chairman chee. >> thank you. i just circulated to you a letter that represents an agreement in the set of discussion that i have had with wall green's over the last week to resolve this matter which i hope and believe would be better for the neighborhood. but perhaps after the presentation we can talk about the substance which we've discussed. >> thank you supervisor. my name is david vin chens ee. i'm a district manager for walgreen's. we want to talk to you this morning to describe our project. poul street is going to be the fourth city in our state to have a -- the store is going to occupy the level we've been in and an upper level and we are putting every new concept that our company has to introduce into this store. we are having an emphasis on our health care provisio
speaker, please. >> hi, i'm going to be using the overhead fair warning. i did send packets. first i want to start with this item which points out to the question about there were protest on the first alcohol license that walgreen's tried to get at that sight. it's good for one year. that's where the 124 protest come in. we didn't have to go back into the the community to get more. there is 124. that's why they are good in the packet. if abc did not forward it to the police, that's not my problem. the community has spoken through these protest. they are legitimate and should still be counted on 124. okay. the proof is abc recognizes it. again 124. we are not talking about a great store. we are talking about alcohol. this is what we are talking about. we are not talking about all the things the store is going to offer. all the people that came up and spoke in favor of it they talked about the amenities. target says the same thing and any destination store is going to say the same thing. we are doing this and that, it's the same thing but it's going hurt our small businesses. we are talking
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